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  1. Accio a.k.a. Acció was a weekly newspaper published from Tarragona, Spain 1936-1937. It was the local organ of the Iberian Communist Youth, the youth wing of POUM. The first issue was published on October 1, 1936. Ricard Garriga Salvadó was the director of Acció. When Garriga was sent to the front, Josep Vilar took over as director of the newspaper. The offices of the newspaper were located inside the POUM-JCI office in downtown Tarragona, at Rambla 14 Abril on the corner with Carrer de Girona. The newspaper was printed at Suc de Torres & Virgili.
  2. Accio a.k.a. Acció is an award-nominated production company.

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Google previewWhere a Dobdob Meets a Dikdik (2010)

A Word Lover's Guide to the Weirdest, Wackiest, and Wonkiest Lexical Gems by Bill Casselman

The Italian diminutive ending accio is a pejorative suffix, that is, it makes the noun root smaller and negative. Testaccio is built on a hill that was an ancient garbage midden for broken pots and junk. Hence testaccio = “place ofshards and ...

Google previewA System of Geography (1810)

Ancient and Modern by James Playfair

xii/'accio is a province on ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Spain (2009)

by Angel Smith

ACCIO CATALANA/CATALAN ACTION. This was a political party formed in June 1922 ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Linguistics (2013)

by Philipp Strazny

To convey the idea of a bad or ugly quality, the following suffixes are added: - accio, -accia, -acci, -acce, e.g. ragazzaccio 'rough boy'. To form collective nouns, the following suffixes are used: -ame, -ume, -aglia, the latter two also having a ...

Google previewThe Oxford Encyclopedia of Women in World History (2008)

4 Volume Set by Bonnie G. Smith

2:535 Accio ...

Google previewThe New And Complete Dictionary Of The English Language (1775)

In Which All The Words are Introduced ... : To Which Is Prefixed, A Comprehensive Grammar ; In Two Volumes by John Ash

Accio'ied (adj. from cloy, obsolete) Cloied. Spenser. Accio'y (v. f. not much used, from cloy) To cloy. Spenser.

Google previewUniversal Historical Dictionary (1833)

Or Explanation of the Names of Persons and Places in the Departments of Biblical, Political and Eccles. History, Mythology, Heraldry, Biography, Bibliography, Geography, and Numismatics by George Crabb

ACCIO, Zucco (Biog.) surnamed da Summa Campagna, an Italian poet of Verona , who nourished about 1470, was the author of a work published under the title of ' Acci Zucchi Summa Campanee, Veronensis viri eruditissimi in jEsopi Fabulas ...

Google previewDictionary: English-Neapolitan; Neapolitan-English (2014)

by Dale Erwin, Tessa Fedele

accio cellar n. cellaro. cement n. cemmiento, giumenta, giumento. cemetery n. campusanto, cemmeterio, ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Socialism (2006)

by James C. Docherty, Peter Lamb

Acronyms and Abbreviations AD ADEMA-PASJ ALP ALP AN C ANN APRA APSO ARF ASC ASF BLP BSD BSDP BSP BSP CHF CHP CLPD Accio'n Democrdtica (Democratic Action) [Venezuela] Alliance pour la Démocratie au Mali-Parti ...

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